The World Congress of ARTS Producers & Performance to Explore Innovation and Creativity in Television;
Opportunity to Compete for a Job with Carlton Productions LLC

(Toronto, Canada, September 16, 2003)
Today at a media reception in Toronto, to launch the upcoming World Congress of ARTS Producers & Performance, a unique opportunity for a job competition with Carlton Productions LLC was announced. Carlton Productions LLC, Carlton Communications "Factual" division in North America, is looking for a "Project Developer" to generate unique and creative programming ideas for the North American market. A part of the selection process will be a "Pitch for the Position" contest to take place at ARTS & Performance in Ottawa, November 5 to 8, 2003. You may buy book report at to increase your skills via viewing examples available there.

Carlton's recruitment effort centers on its continuing desire to develop creative and innovative production proposals to take into the North American marketplace. Qualified candidates for this position should be experienced development, production and co-production professionals. The successful candidate must be able to work out of Carlton's office in Princeton, New Jersey, USA where he/she will serve as a member of Carlton's USA-based production team reporting to Executive Vice President John Lindsay.
Finalist candidates will be interviewed on stage during the "Pitch for the Position" session at the Congress in Ottawa. Candidates, and others attending the Congress, will participate in a job interview process where a real job will be at stake. The interview process itself should provide Congress participants with a sense of the dilemmas and opportunities associated with developing blue-chip production proposals. Finalist candidates will be given creative challenges as part of the interview process and will face tough questioning from a selection committee of television professionals.
The competition for Project Developer is open to everyone, regardless of nationality, however, candidates must bring relevant skills and experience to the position. This is a permanent, full-time position, but is subject to annual review and renewal by Carlton. The winner will be selected at the upcoming World Congress of ARTS Producers & Performance and must be available to begin work in Princeton, New Jersey within weeks of their selection. Non US-based candidates may face the added challenge of obtaining a suitable work permit.
Interested parties should send their resume along with a cover letter to the address below, as well as respond to a creative challenge at
Pauline Martin
Banff Television Foundation
1350 Railway Avenue, Canmore, Alberta, Canada, T1W 3E3
Fax: 1-403-678-9269
Deadline for applications is October 10, 2003 however, interested parties are urged to submit their applications as soon as possible as the jury will begin evaluation of submissions starting October 1. Finalists will be contacted by October 22, 2003.
The World Congress of ARTS Producers & Performance is the event for content creators in arts television and performance. Professionals from around the world come together to discuss key issues, best practices and opportunities for collaboration.

For More Information:

Heidi Bobiak
Communications Manager
Banff Television Foundation

Sarah Pearson
Communications Assistant
Banff Television Foundation

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